14 Dec 2012

Is Connecticut Shooting a False Flag

Alex Jones compares some of the tell tale signs of false flags in our history.

Official; banks and others immune from prosecution

The artist taxi driver

Nigel Farage On The Queen’s Tour of Britain’s Gold Vault

Yes, we are now talking about having spy-drones, unmanned planes that will go up and down our borders and see where we go and see what we do.  Everything from George Orwell’s 1984 is coming into being. 
In fact there is a city in the United Kingdom, Oxford, where they’ve actually put listening devices into taxis.  I mean it’s just totally extraordinary.  The liberties and essential freedoms are just eroding at such a rapid pace. 
All the while we have benign governments so it may not pose that big a threat to us.  But what happens one day if we get a bad government?

Miliband Pushes The New World Order Personna

Morris: The leader of the Opposition today made a speech saying Britain's immigrant communities must be broken up and integrated into the greater population.
I think he is just pushing assimilation and a mixing of the races - which has been the war aims of the so-called war on terror anyway. Bomb them to encourage refugees and migration. This is our wayward theological elite at work.
Finally allow me to say I would be honoured to participate in any mixing of the races on a personal level. What I am criticising is the social engineering, the devious war aims, and the need to enforce this doctrine with laws. Source

QE 4: Folks, This Ain't Normal - What you need to know about the Fed's latest move

By Chris Martenson Okay, the Fed's recent decision to boost its monetary stimulus (a.k.a. "money printing," "quantitative easing," or simply "QE") by another $45 billion a month to a combined $85 billion per month demonstrates an almost complete departure from what a normal person might consider sensible.
To borrow a phrase from Joel Salatin: Folks, this ain't normal.  To this I will add ...and it will end badly.
If you had stopped me on the street a few years ago and asked me what I thought would have happened in the stock, bond, foreign currency, and commodity markets on the day the Fed announced an $85 billion per month thin-air money printing program directed at government bonds, I never would have predicted what has actually come to pass.
I would have predicted soaring stock prices on the expectation that all this money would have to end up in the stock market eventually.  I would have predicted the dollar to fall because who in their right mind would want to hold the currency of a country that is borrowing 46 cents (!) out of every dollar that it is spending while its central bank monetizes 100% of that craziness?  
Further, I would have expected additional strength in the government bond market, because $85 billion pretty much covers all of the expected new issuance going forward, plus many entities still need to buy U.S. bonds for a variety of fiduciary reasons.  With little product for sale and lots of bids by various players, one of which – the Fed – has a magic printing press and is not just price insensitive but actually seeking to drive prices higher (and yields lower), that's a recipe for rising prices.

Congress outraged by the secrecy behind Obama's drone war

RT: Members of the US Congress convened in Washington on Thursday to discuss the United States’ ongoing extrajudicial slayings of Americans and foreigners overseas using unmanned drones.
On Capitol Hill, Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) led a House Judiciary Committee discussion that demanded more transparency from President Barack Obama over how his administration carries out the targeted killing of suspected terrorists using drone aircraft, an increasingly likely tactic in America’s war on terror that has left a substantial death toll that includes perhaps hundreds of civilians, including women, children and US civilians.
Despite the growing number of kills, the White House has remained mostly quiet on its drone program, with the lions’ share of information only surfacing through intelligence leaks made to the media. On the record, Pres. Obama and his administration has said little about the program, aside from defending it. In Washington this week, opponents of that policy asked for something more.
"This is the first real discussion this committee has had on the topic of drone strikes,"

The Investment Everybody Loves to Hate

If Wishes Were Horses …

: Imagine a stock – best for the hypothetical exercise is probably a tech stock – rising for 12 years without interruption. A net gain every year, sometimes a small one, sometimes a bigger one, but nicely compounding at an annual yield of more than 17.13% (that's a devilish 666.67% in 12 years).
What would people say about this stock? Would there be a steady stream of negative press trying to dissuade people from buying it? We somehow doubt it, although almost every investment that has seen a great deal of appreciation has its detractors (and sometimes they are right).
When it comes to gold, one could certainly debate the merits of buying it at what appears at least on the surface as a high price. Gold bulls can only profit from examining bearish arguments, in order to see if they have merit.
So we always take a look around to see if any tenable bearish argument is put forward, but so far we very often get to see what might be termed 'tortured logic'.  When the gold market sold off a little in the wake of the helicopter pilot announcing even more money printing, one of the bears seized the moment to opine as follows:  
“Long-term and perhaps even short-term investors of gold could be forgiven for getting rattled on Thursday as the precious metal dropped below $1,700 an ounce down over $26 in the early hours of U.S. trading.

'UK losing war on drugs': Deputy PM calls for strategic change

RT: British deputy PM Nick Clegg is pushing for an inquiry into drugs law to be opened with a view to possible reform. He called for a new strategy in a war that claims thousands of lives every year, criticizing the “conspiracy of silence” surrounding the deb
The leader of the UK’s Liberal Democrat Party has urged Prime Minister David Cameron to be courageous in the fight against drugs in Britain. Earlier in the week Cameron refused a request to open a royal commission into possible drugs reform, arguing that it was unnecessary and current measures were “actually working.”

We are losing the war on drugs on an industrial scale,”
Clegg told UK newspaper the Sun. “If you were waging any other war where you have 2,000 fatalities a year, your enemies are making billions in profits, constantly throwing new weapons at you and targeting more young people – you’d have to say you are losing and it’s time to do something different.”

The Queen of England Asks Economists – ‘Why Did Nobody Notice?’

Queen Elizabeth II’s tour of BOE gold bullion vault shows that she has more sense than most qualified economists at the FSA.
Today’s AM fix was USD 1,696.50, EUR 1,297.32 and GBP 1,051.38 per ounce.
Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,694.75, EUR 1,299.16 and GBP 1,051.46 per ounce.

Silver is trading at $32.58/oz, €24.99/oz and £20.29/oz. Platinum is trading at $1,621.50/oz, palladium at $697.00/oz and rhodium at $1,060/oz.
Gold was up $1.30 or 0.08% in New York yesterday and closed at $1,711.30/oz. Silver slumped to a low of $32.21 and ended with a loss of 2.6%.
Gold was not able to break $1,700/oz on Friday and prices are on course for their 3rd consecutive weekly fall, as investors focus on the looming fiscal cliff talks where little progress has been made.
Like an old western movie, with wind and dust blowing around, Obama and Boehner are holding out waiting to see who will “draw” or concede to the other’s plan to avert the fiscal cliff. Last Sunday, they exchanged counteroffers to their original campaigns.  Yesterday evening just an hour after U.N. ambassador, Susan Rice, (not a Republican favourite) removed her name as a candidate for Secretary of State, the U.S. President and Speaker of the House met for an hour and still agree to disagree.

Assange to run for Australian Senate, start Wikileaks party

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. (AFP Photo / Leon Neal)
RT: Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says he intends to run for a seat in the Australian Senate in next year’s federal election and will announce the formation of a WikiLeaks party. He made the announcement from the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
Assange has been living in the embassy for the past six months, in an effort to avoid extradition to Sweden and possibly the US.
The whistleblower told Fairfax Media that plans to register the political party were “significantly advanced” and added that “a number of very worthy people admired by the Australian public” have expressed their availability to run for election on the party ticket.
However, there remains one small problem – Assange is still holed up at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, with no signs of leaving anytime soon.
But Assange says that’s only a minor obstacle, because it is “inevitable” that the US will eventually drop its investigation into WikiLeaks.
The building of political opposition to the persecution of a media organization will lead the US Department of justice to drop its espionage investigation, he said.
Assange says he is able to register as an overseas elector in New South Wales and Victoria. He added that a “strategic decision” will determine which state he chooses to represent.

Voice From Bani Walid

Morris: It was a poor connection - but for those familiar with Libya - it will be of interest. Source

Israeli FM Lieberman charged with breach of trust, fraud

Press TV: Israeli Minister for Foreign Affairs Avigdor Lieberman has been indicted on breach of trust and fraud, charges that trigger calls for his resignation ahead of the upcoming elections.

On Thursday, Israeli Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein announced the charges against Lieberman, who serves both as a member of the Israeli parliament and a minister.
The fraud and breach of trust charges focused on Lieberman’s efforts to promote an Israeli diplomat, who tipped off on police investigation related to the minister.
However, the attorney general dropped more serious charges, including money laundering and witness tampering, against Lieberman.

Following the indictment, a number of Israeli parties called for Lieberman’s resignation.

Shelly Yacimovich, the leader of the Labor party, called Lieberman an extreme and corrupt individual,” saying he should immediately quit.

Zahava Gal-On, chairwoman of Meretz party, also stated that if Lieberman did not step down on his own, she would appeal to the Supreme Court to compel him to resign.